With only a few months left until the early signing period, most college football coaches have the majority of their recruiting classes mapped out and are working on filling in the holes.
Assistant coaches have been working tirelessly to fill these classes, and with 237 of the ESPN 300 recruits already committed, some assistants have made a big impact on the top prospects choosing their respective schools. Here are the best recruiters so far for the 2020 class and the players they have helped bring in.
1. Brian Hartline
Ohio State wide receivers coach
Top recruit landed: WR Julian Fleming
Hartline is a younger coach who already has made a big impact on the field with the receivers as well as on the recruiting trail. Hartline was the primary recruiter with the five-star receiver Fleming, who committed to Ohio State in May.
Fleming is the No. 4 prospect in the country, the second-highest-ranked recruit to announce his commitment, and the highest-ranked receiver in the class. Hartline also played an instrumental role in landing ESPN 300 athlete Mookie Cooper as well as ESPN 300 receivers Jaxon Smith-Njigba and Gee Scott Jr., and he was the secondary recruiter with four-star receiver Cameron Martinez out of Michigan. Hartline is reloading his receiver room with some outstanding prospects in this class.